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Tibi-Lévy Yaël

Economist, Engineer, CNRS

Contact: ylevy(at)vjf.cnrs.fr



An economist by training, Yaël Tibi-Lévy holds a PhD in public health (specialization: Health Economics) (2007), a Master’s in Modeling applied to economics and management, and a DEA postgraduate degree in Finance (1994). After having been a Research Fellow at the École Polytechnique’s management research center Centre de Recherche en Gestion (CRG), then at the public-health school École Nationale de la Santé Publique (ENSP, Image Group), she joined the CNRS in 2002 as an engineer, first at the Centre de Recherche en Économie et Gestion Appliquée à la Santé (CREGAS), then at the Centre de Recherche Médecine Santé, Sciences et Société (CERMES). Specialized in the quantitative and qualitative evaluation of health-related actions, her current work focuses on three objects of study: 1) palliative care in hospitals (following up on her dissertation on palliative care, “The palliative-care teams in the care-streamlining process: Between idelologcial commitment and financial constraints”); 2) support of Alzheimer patients in home care (under a multidisciplinary project directed by Catherine Legalès and Martine Bungener); and 3) patient lawsuits for medical injuries (in collaboration with Janine Barbot and Myriam Winance).

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